Musketaquid Front Elevation

Musketaquid

Concord, Massachusetts
A modern interpretation of a shingle-style home, the first floor is characterized by large, interconnected open spaces. The roof and eave line are set low to the ground, integrating the home into the site. The gable ends of the attached garage feature fieldstone veneer and granite lintels.

Fire Place
Weathervaine
Exterior with Garage

Project Features

  • Open-Concept Design
  • Bluestone Patio
  • Coffered Ceiling
  • Western Red Cedar Roof
  • Shingle Flares
  • Custom Millwork
  • Curved Rafters
Musketaquid Front Elevation

Project Team

  • Architect

    Dewing Schmid Kearns

  • Landscape Architect

    Elizabeth Hanna Morss, RLA

  • Photography

    AutumnColor Digital

“Although the style is traditional, this home features several contemporary finishes. The open-concept design of the first floor is a much more modern interpretation of a traditional shingle-style home.”

– Jonathan Merz

Architectural Drawings

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